Are you concerned about a loved one suffering in silence? If you believe someone you know is struggling with an addiction, Rehab 4 Addiction can help.
We offer advisory and referral services to those seeking treatment and can offer professional intervention services to loved ones of those dealing with addiction. With our help, you or your loved one could be placed in a drug and alcohol rehab in Nantwich and on the road to recovery in no time.
To hear more about what we can offer, please call us on 0800 140 4690, or fill in our online form to receive a callback.
At Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand more than anyone the hardships you may be going through at this time, and the pressures you may be feeling from the outside world.
You are not alone, many of our team have experienced addiction themselves in the past, and there are thousands of people across the UK right now that are struggling to cope with a drug or alcohol addiction. Unfortunately, many of these individuals will avoid seeking the vital help they need due to embarrassment.
There is an unnecessary stigma surrounding drug and alcohol addiction, and we recognise that this can lead to feelings of shame and humiliation at the prospect of admitting you may need medical intervention.
We do not want this to become your reason to not reach out for support. There is no shame in admitting you are suffering from an addiction, and there is no shame in needing professional help.
We can offer discreet and judgement-free support at Rehab 4 Addiction and can help get you placed in a suitable rehab in Nantwich and back on the right path as soon as possible. We will work to get you the right treatment for your particular addiction and will prepare you fully for what lies ahead.
It is incredibly brave to admit you need help, and we are glad you are taking this important step towards recovery.
From the very first correspondence, your road to recovery with Rehab 4 Addiction will have begun.
Early on in the admissions process, we perform a few assessments of you to paint a clearer picture of you as a client. The first assessment will take place on a free of charge phone call, and we will discuss the specificities of your addiction, such as the substance/substances you have used, the severity of your addiction and the length of time you have been using for.
All personal information we gain will remain 100% confidential and is only used to determine what your options for addiction treatment are.
Is it with this data that we can begin to narrow down the options for a drug and alcohol rehab, and when we have our final options ready, we will recommend them to you.
Once you have arrived at the rehab of your choosing, you will be able to meet our team and get to know your home for the next 28 days. You will also meet with a doctor, who will perform a secondary assessment.
This second assessment will evaluate the state of your psychological and physical health and allows us to further understand your addiction so that we can create your bespoke treatment plan.
This treatment plan will detail what methods of therapies and counselling you will participate in during your time in rehab and will ensure that you receive the best possible care that is most beneficial to you.
During your stay at your chosen rehab, you will undergo a number of treatments that will have been selected for you to aid with your recovery.
Due to the assessments performed early on in the admissions process, we cannot detail exactly which treatments you can expect from your time in rehab as of this moment.
Some common methods of treatment that your rehab may provide include: Cognitive and Dialectical behavioural therapy, family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, art therapy, equine therapy, addiction counselling, acceptance and commitment therapy, motivation enhancement therapy, and contingency management.
If you wish to know more about any of these methods of treatment or would like to enquire about which treatments you are personally likely to encounter, give us a call today on 0800 140 4690.
For many people, the possible costs of rehab are enough to turn them away from considering it as a viable option.
At Rehab 4 Addiction we never want anyone to go without crucial addiction treatment because of the price tag attached, so when discussing your options during the assessment period, please let us know if you have any reservations about the potential cost of rehab.
We understand that unpredictable financial situations can seem impossible to navigate, but we can work around any budget you may have, and can detail what options are available to you regardless of your circumstances.
Whilst how long you spend in rehab will be, much like the treatment you receive, determined by a number of factors that are out of your control, the average time for a rehabilitation programme is around 28 days.
For the majority of our clients, this 28 day period is a suitable amount of time to undergo a drug and alcohol detox, experience and deal with withdrawal symptoms, attend several therapies, come to terms with addiction, learn new coping strategies, identify emotional triggers, and fully prepare for a life outside of rehab.
Of course, this is not always the case, and some clients will need more time than others. If this is you, like we said before, there is no shame.
Recovery is still possible for those that leave rehab before the expected 28 days, and recovery is definitely still possible for those that may need longer. Instead of focusing on the finish line, we recommend focusing on the journey itself, and the progress and improvement that you are sure to make along the way.
Rushing your time in rehab will only lead to an eventual relapse, as you will not be putting the amount of effort, time and focus into the treatments that are necessary for them to be as beneficial as they can be.
If you’re ready to battle your drug or alcohol addiction with the help of experts, it’s time to get in touch. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we help you to access drug or alcohol rehab in Nantwich. Call us on 0800 140 4690 or contact us through this website. We’re ready and waiting to help you combat your addiction once and for all.